Bayou City Stories is a collective of artists using their gifts to lift high the name of Jesus. Through the mediums of film, photo, and the written word, we tell stories of gospel transformation in the lives of people in our church and city. We tell stories to draw people to worship and to encourage them in remembering what God has done and is doing.

April 13, 2022

God’s Calling is Worship

The Wichtowski family was burdened by a call to serve and reach people who had never heard the gospel. They learned through trials and delay that God’s ‘calling’ on their […]
January 23, 2020

I Know What I Stand For

Yash Chalasani began to ask questions about faith and Christianity when he was studying to become a doctor at Baylor University. He shares a story of God’s loving attention to […]
October 29, 2019

We Scrub Out, Yet God Redeems

TJ always struggled to reconcile the joy he took in his salvation with the shame he felt in his ethnic identity. Who did God create him to be?
August 26, 2019

Bigger Than Myself

After suffering a major brain injury that kills 50% of those who sustain it, Blake Wichtowski woke up four days later to begin a new search for purpose.
June 17, 2019

Ready To Give

Dwayne Pano lost his dad at a very young age. As he grew up into a young man, he was drawn close to the father heart of God through godly […]
April 1, 2019

Not By Our Gifts or Abilities

When God called on Robyn and York Whipple, they responded with great faith and obedience, even when he was calling them away from the town where they were both born […]
January 14, 2019

New Creation

Will felt he was a good person but when bad things started happening to him and those he loved, he grew angry. His anger culminated into a heated wrestling match […]
November 5, 2018

But He Is Good

When Tricia’s husband took his own life, her faith was completely shaken. As someone who was raised in the church and always believed firmly that God was who he said […]
September 24, 2018

More Than We Can Possibly Imagine

Michael Flores, one of our worship leaders at Bayou City Fellowship, was stricken by chronic illness. Unable to sing or play music full time any longer, Michael fell into depression […]